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anyways. sorry but does anyone know how to reduce midi latency. this is killing me. i've been without my vst-i's for almost a week. :( anyways. sorry if that was me who was being rude.

Are you saying your system was working ok and now something has changed? Give us some details and maybe we can help you out!
The Axeman (##(===> Cuts From My New Blues CD
Oh, wait, I didn't see your other thread.....

I'm not sure about Cubase (I'm a Cakewalk guy), but usually midi latency can be reduced by changing your buffer size. Try doing a search on that in your Cubase help file and see if it points you in the right direction....
The Axeman (##(===> Cuts From My New Blues CD
well i'll try buffer size. i'm not at my computer now but just because you asked....
windows xp
cubase sx
m- audio delta 44
m - audio uno 1x1

that's pretty much it. i'm not too savy. my computer is quite old but i had latency down to about 10ms. then the internet/then the viruses/then the reinstalling windows/ then the forgetfullness/then the problem. i seem to recall a little menue where i just reduced latency. hmm.

Drill down to Devices > Device Setup > VST Multitrack, you should see a button labeled "Control Panel". Click on that and adjust your latencies in the window that opens.
This thread may be dead, but here's a shot. I found a site with some pretty good tweaks for PCs:


I don't know what OS your running or if you're a PC or Mac user, but these XP tweaks should give you some idea of ways to make your computer more efficient for recording. I hope this helps.